Its been a couple of years since Tim talked about his site design and a lot of things have changed both on the site but also in Tim philosophy towards it. So come learn which Plugins and themes power timnash.co.uk
Tim is a blogger, author, speaker and developer as well as the organiser of WordPress Leeds, though in reality he spends most of his time doing none of those things and instead does the paperwork.
In this second article in the series, Tim gets back to basics with WordPress security this time focusing on user management from passwords to access control and how to deal with ex-employees credentials.
In the first of a series of posts, Tim gets back to basics with WordPress security with his first look at different updating strategies for WordPress, core and plugins.
Want to know something? Sure you do, a secret only you and me know….I use Gutenberg on this site! There I have said it, half the WordPress world gasped in horror and do you know what I don’t dislike it. There are also lot’s of plugins now that support Gutenberg… Read More »Finding all your sites Gutenberg Blocks
Folks often ask me questions, and recently there has been a little bit of interest in the fact that while I work in the WordPress space I’m not a traditional “WordPress Developer” and I don’t tend to work day to day with WordPress. For those who don’t know me, my… Read More »Five languages for WordPress Developers to learn in 2020
It’s the new year, and Tim wants to take a closer look at how he organises his work notes, todos & projects. So having researched he has settled on two possible routes but he has a choice to make digital or analog workflow?
WordCamps are a unique event, while still being conferences Tim and a lot of other folk share their top tips in this survival guide of sort. From clothing to the hallway track there hopefully a few tips for you as well.
Tim dissects a recent talk from Steelcon, what went right and wrong.
Tim has fun, getting a 30 year old tool for debugging Rust and C++ to work on MacOS and specifically Mojave. It should be simple right?
Why did I move to using Bitwarden from KeePass, was it a headache and was it worth it?
March has been a busy month and it merged into April a little too quickly. So sorry this is a bit late but here we go with Random Mutterings volume 2. We have had a fair share of #WPDrama and then there is Pipdig. I have a couple of WP&UP… Read More »London – Random Mutterings